District Attorney's Office Participates in Local High School Career Expo

Posted: March 19, 2018

The El Dorado County District Attorney's Office was honored to once again participate in the Career Expo held at Union Mine High School. Students from all over the county visited the Expo to gather information about internship opportunities and job shadows from a variety of different employers and career fields.


The Expo is also a great opportunity for students to connect with community members, introduce themselves to potential employers, and ask informative questions about what exhibitors do on a day-to-day basis in their career field.  It is one of the best ways we make contact with students interested in our Summer Internship Program, and this year we were lucky enough to have one of our prior interns, Janae Bonnell, behind the table with us to rave first-hand about her internship experience!


Our table attracted a lot of inquisitive minds and driven teens, along with supportive parents and siblings - all very interested in what we do in our office and how they could get involved.  The turnout this year, and traffic at our table, definitely grew - which was fantastic to see!


A big thank you to everyone who helped make our booth a success: Craig Hellberg, Chris Lindholm, Jim Applegate, Yolanda McGillivray, Trish Kelliher, Ashley Colivas, Janae Bonnell, and especially our K9 Odin, who is always the most popular attraction at the table.